What NFT's Are And How The Blockchain Is Changing Digital Media
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Wednesday, 21 April

1 2 pm EDT

FREE!
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What NFT's Are And How The Blockchain Is Changing Digital Media | April 21

Joshua Doner Photo


Marketing Manager, General Assembly, Previously JUICE Mobile, Kobo

Ibrahim Abusitta Photo


Contemporary Artist

21

Wednesday, 21 April

1 2 pm EDT

Online

Anywhere
Online
FREE!
Cost

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Event

This session is part of GA's Product Week, a weeklong festival of free workshops, panel discussions, and interactive events around the ever-evolving world of product management. Check out the full schedule here!

Blockchain based NFT's or Non Fungible Tokens are enabling the future of digital collectibles. In this conversation we will discuss what they are and how join the community. Based off of the same technology that makes individual Bitcoins scarce and valuable; NFT's take collecting and art to a whole new level. You likely have played video games and have experienced the desire for people to own in game objects or skins, these same collector principles are fuelling the current NFT revolution.

About the Speakers

Joshua Doner Photo

Marketing Manager,
General Assembly, Previously JUICE Mobile, Kobo

My background spans Product, Digital Advertising, Agency Ad Sales and Marketing. As a sales and marketing leader I have worked with agencies such as Havas Media, IPG Media and Starcom. The best part of my job is to think up fresh strategies for really awesome brands! I have built campaign strategy and executions for Mattamy Homes, OK Tire, Coke's Vitamin Water, Koodo Mobile, Louis Vuitton, Hennessy, Make Up For Ever, Volvo and many more! I currently work for General Assembly Toronto and love teaching! I hope you enjoy my Intro To Digital Marketing class and if you have any questions or feedback please reach me at joshua.doner@generalassemb.ly

Ibrahim Abusitta Photo

Contemporary Artist

Ibrahim Abusitta is a Palestinian-Canadian visual artist that lives and works in Toronto. He graduated from the Fine Art Photography program at OCAD U. After graduating, his practice shifted from photography as he evolved into a self-taught painter.

Ibrahim's paintings delve into themes of colour, texture, memory and time. Most recently, he was a contributor to Canadian Art Magazine on the discussion of BIPOC representation in Toronto's commercial art galleries.

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